On Saturday it was just me and him. I love these days so much, cocooned in our little mummy and son bubble for a whole day, no distraction and no routine. The day was so dreamy, and just what I needed after receiving some sad news on Thursday evening. I love my days where it is just us. It was slow and steady, filled with laughter, kisses and cuddles. This boy of mine stayed close, it was as if he knew that I needed him, his sweet voice and infectious laugh soothed my soul.
Being a mum has made me so tired. And so happy. Being a mum is so blooming wonderful, my heart is filled with so much love for this little man. Some days I look at him and wonder how it is that I am a mummy to a nearly 6 year old. I feel so emotional lately, I look at him and wish I had a pause button, life is passing us by at a rapid pace recently and if truth be told I am not quite ready for him to keep growing. I must embrace him growing up, but seriously has no one invented a time machine yet?
Saturday was one of those days where everything clicked into place. We miss Mr H but get to do the little things we both love and always sneak off for a little lunch date or as it was on Saturday a sweet treat. Milkshakes and waffles were his chosen treat after we left his little friends birthday party. The boy chose well, oh my goodness it was like being in a sweet shop, thank goodness I have a five year who likes to share.
I have added this post to Donna’s #LivingArrows over on her blog What The Redhead Said.